Darren Carlson is an accomplished and dedicated attorney in Omaha, Nebraska, and a partner with the firm Carlson & Burnett. In 1985, Darren graduated from Iowa State University with a degree in Agricultural Business. He went on to attend Creighton University School of Law, obtaining his law degree and graduating magna cum laude in 1988. During his time in law school, Darren was a member of the Creighton Law Review editorial staff from 1986 to 1988, where he wrote “Bankruptcy: Restrictions of Abandonment of Burdensome Property.”
Areas of Practice
Over the course of his over 31-year legal career, Darren has maintained a reputation for true professional excellence in the areas of estate planning, elder law, agricultural law, corporate law, and business transactions. He has frequently lectured on a broad range of subject matters pertaining to his legal practice. His work includes assisting clients in the establishment of estate plans, medical planning, nonprofit foundations and corporations. He has published and lectured on “Monetized Installment Sales” as a tax strategy under Section 453 to defer the income taxes on sales of farmland and farm commodities.
- Nebraska, 1988
- Iowa, 1990
- United States District Court, District of Nebraska, 1988